2022 World Cup: Senegal International Ismaila Sarr Says He Is Tired Days to the Kick Off

2022 World Cup: Senegal International Ismaila Sarr Says He Is Tired Days to the Kick Off

Ibitoye Shittu
  • Ismaila Sarr has stated clearly that he and teammates at Watford are tired and it is telling on their games
  • The Senegalese star is expected to feature for his country at the 2022 FIFA World Cup taking place in Qatar
  • Senegal are in group A for the Qatar 2022 and will face the host nation, Ecuador and Netherlands

With days to the kick off of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Senegal international Ismaila Sarr has raised a serious concern about his fitness for the tournament after confirming that he is tired.

Senegal, who are the reigning African champions will be leading four other nations to the World Cup with the target of them making their continent proud.

In the history of the global championship, no African nation has ever won the title even though they have reached the quarterfinals.

Ismaïla Sarr, Watford, Senegal, 2022 World Cup, Qatar
2022 World Cup: Senegal international Ismaila Sarr says he is tired days to the kick off. Photo by Visionhaus
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Sarr who currently plays for Watford in the Championship claimed that all his teammates are also tired following their win over Cardiff City on Wednesday, 2 November.

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According to the report on GOAL, Sarr explained that fatigue is gradually affecting him and his teammates

Ismaila Sarr speaks

“I'm very tired - the whole team is - but I’m very happy because we secured another good win and I managed to score a goal to help the team.
"We conceded a goal after only nine or 10 minutes, but we stayed together and got the equaliser, which was pleasing. To then go on and get the win was great, and all the effort we put in was rewarded.''

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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how football fans everywhere on earth are eagerly waiting for the commencement of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be taking place in Qatar starting from November 20.

The World Cup is rated as the biggest football tournament in the world, considering the level of the competition and the rivalries among the players, nations and even fans.

Qatar, who will be hosting this year's edition of the World Cup, will not be given much chance to win the coveted title - but they may fight harder this time around even though they are not rated among the top footballing nations.

France are the reigning champions of the world, winning the title in Russia four years ago beating Croatia in the final. The match gave Kylian Mbappe a platform to launch himself into superstardom.